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  1. Software plus services - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Software plus services combines hosted services with locally running software in a variation on cloud computing. Such composite applications combine traditional ...
  2. Software Plus Services - Webopedia

    This page describes the term Software Plus Services: a Microsoft philosophy for the company's on-premises software offerings with cloud-based remote computing ...
  3. Software-plus-Services | Online Services | Microsoft Dynamics ERP

    With Software-plus-Services for Microsoft Dynamics ERP you can make cloud computing a flexible component of your ERP solution—on your terms.
  4. Microsoft describes software plus services | InfoWorld

    Microsoft's 'software-plus-services' strategy became less nebulous as the company described some of the technology behind the business model
  5. What is Software Plus Services? - Definition from Techopedia

    Software Plus Services Definition - Software plus Services (S+S) is a Microsoft initiative to provide traditional software with a suite of cloud.....
  6. Microsoft: Beyond 'Software Plus Services' - Businessweek

    Burrows is a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek, based in San Francisco
  7. What Software Plus Services Means For Microsoft (and You)

    With its new "software plus services" strategy, Microsoft is working to compete with emerging SaaS (Software as a Service) vendors while keeping users tied to its ...
  8. What software plus services means for Microsoft (and you ...

    In early March, during an annual conference in Seattle, Microsoft announced it was launching Microsoft Office SharePoint Online. While the idea was to provide a ...
  9. Engagement Models | Professional Services | xRM

    xRM offers three professional service engagement models to meet your business needs.
  10. Microsoft's software-plus-services disinformation | ZDNet

    RE: Microsoft's software-plus-services disinformation. Thesis, antithesis, synthesis. SaaS is not going to replace existing computing models but rather complement them.